A.   Application Form: An application for a license must be submitted by the property owner or their authorized agent on a form provided by the Zoning Administrator.
   B.   Fees: The applicant shall pay the license fee in accordance with section 3-1-2 of this Code for the application to be accepted.
   C.   Required Information:
      1.   An application shall be considered complete if it includes the information required in this subsection C.
      2.   The application shall include the following information:
         a.   Names and addresses of the sign contractor and owners of the sign and lot.
         b.   Written consent of the owner or lessee of any site on which the sign is to be erected.
         c.   The address at which any signs are to be erected.
         d.   The lot, block and addition at which the signs are to be erected and the street on which they are to front.
         e.   Type and size of sign and type of dynamic display.
         f.   The specifications of the signs related to illumination and brightness.
         g.   Specifications for controls needed to regulate the display both for normal operation and in the event of a malfunction.
         h.   Any electrical permit required and issued for the sign.
      3.   The applicant shall provide any and all other information as may be requested by the Zoning Administrator to determine compliance with this chapter.
   D.   Zoning Administrator Review:
      1.   The Zoning Administrator shall approve or deny an application for a license within sixty (60) days of a complete application being submitted with written notice to be provided to the applicant.
      2.   Applications found to be in compliance with the requirements of this chapter shall be issued a license that shall expire on December 31 of the same year.
      3.   The Zoning Administrator shall state in writing the reasons for an application for a license having been denied. The applicant may resubmit an application for a license in accordance with the procedures in this chapter or, within ten (10) days of the Zoning Administrator's decision, submit an appeal in accordance with subsection 4-11-6D3c of this chapter.
   E.   Transferability: Licenses are issued to the applicant only and for one location, and such licenses are nontransferable between property owners, tenants, or locations.
   F.   Expiration:
      1.   All licenses expire upon the following events, whichever occurs first:
         a.   Removal or replacement of the sign or the dynamic display components specifically,
         b.   Change in property tenant to which the sign is an accessory use.
         c.   Change in property ownership.
         d.   A license is revoked in accordance with subsection 4-11-6D of this chapter.
      2.   An expired license may be renewed only by making application as provided in this section. (Ord. 2018-02, 4-9-2018)